WELCOME,
TECH GENIUS

We're always looking for a few good men and women for our intensive project-based learning model. To find out if you're up to the task, follow the steps below and submit your Application for Admission.

The admissions process at Neumont is fairly straightforward, and your Admissions Officer is here to answer any questions that you might have. The timeline below is a guide for you to know what to do and when. We've also included criteria for admissions to help you know whether or not you're likely to be admitted. 

Step 1

Create Your
User Account
Step 2

Complete 
Your Application

Step 3

Submit Transcripts
And Standardized  
Test Scores

Step 4

Review Your Application
 

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Submit Academic Transcripts


Applicants who are currently high school seniors (or who are entering their senior year) are required to submit a copy of their high school transcripts. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable, but must include a cumulative GPA.

Applicants who have already completed high school need to submit official high school and college (if applicable) transcripts. All transcripts, official or unofficial, should be submitted via one of the following:

  • Fax: 801-302-2880
  • Email: admissions@neumont.edu
  • Parchment/Docufide: ID #267178
  • Mail: Office of Admissions
    143 South Main Street
    Salt Lake City, UT 84111

Submit Standardized Test Scores


All applicants are strongly encouraged to submit either an ACT or SAT score report (score reports that appear on high school transcripts are acceptable). Test scores can be sent via one of the following:

  • Fax: 801-302-2880
  • Email: admissions@neumont.edu
  • Electronically: You may submit scores through the SAT or ACT websites using the following NU codes:
    ACT Code: 4283
    SAT Code: 4516
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Application Review


After applicants have completed Steps 1-3, they are invited to schedule an interview with a Neumont Admissions Officer. During their session, the applicant will:

  • Receive feedback on their application.
  • Discuss upcoming dates and deadlines.
  • Find out about Neumont scholarships and financial aid.

Contact the Admissions Office at 888-NEUMONT (638-6668) to schedule your admission interview and review your application.

Application Deadlines: 

Students wishing to start classes in the fall of 2017 must submit their application along with transcripts and test scores to be considered for admission. Applications are now being accepted on a rolling basis. Students wishing to start classes in the fall of 2018 may begin an application now. Deadlines for admission to start classes in the fall of 2018 are listed below. Contact your Admissions Officer for assistance.

   Fall 2018 Application Deadline Notification By
Early Admission October 23, 2017 November 14, 2017
General Admission January 29, 2018 February 13, 2018
Late Admission March 26, 2018 April 10, 2018


Admission Criteria

The Admission Committee evaluates applicants to determine if they have the qualifications and commitment needed to succeed in our rigorous academic environment. With an average acceptance rate of 80%, Neumont students are dedicated and driven tech-geeks. On average, students who enrolled in Fall 2015 had a cumulative high school GPA of 3.21, an average composite ACT score of 24, and/or an average combined math and reading SAT score of 1100. The Committee relies heavily on academic achievements, such as standardized test score (ACT and/or SAT) and cumulative high school GPA, to assess an applicant.

However, we also recognize that not all of your strengths can be shown through a test score, so the Committee also evaluates life experience, personal essays, technology expertise, interest in technology, and proven work ethic. If there is something about your background that we should evaluate beyond test scores and GPA contact our Office of Admissions.

To ensure your application is an accurate reflection of your qualifications, please remember to:

  • Take your application seriously: Your application is similar to a homework assignment. Remember, what's appropriate when you're texting isn't appropriate on an application.
  • Avoid sloppiness: Pay attention to spelling, grammar, and punctuation. Proofread your application before submitting.
  • Ask others to read your application: Their comments can be invaluable.
  • Get clarification: If you're not sure how to handle a question, ask your Admission Officer for clarification.

International Applicants: If you are not a U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident, please visit our International Students page for application information and contact our Director of Enrollment.

2017 Freshman Key Dates & Deadlines
Starting October 1, 2016

Submit your Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). The FAFSA is required for all students applying for financial aid.

March 10-11 or April 14-15, 2017

Attend FReX, our Accepted Student Weekend. Meet your future classmates and get a feel for the fast-paced life at Neumont.

By May 8, 2017

Enrollment Deadline: Sign your Enrollment Agreement to reserve your seat in the Class of 2020.

By July 17, 2017

Finalize your funding plan with the Office of Financial Aid.
Complete your Housing Application and pay the housing deposit.
Submit your final official transcripts.
Register for Freshman Orientation.

September 22, 2017

Attend Freshman Housing Move-in Day.

September 23, 2017

Attend Orientation Kickoff (mandatory for all freshmen).

September 24-29, 2017

Go to Freshman Orientation Week (mandatory for all freshmen).

October 2, 2017

Fall Quarter classes begin for all students.

Admission and Enrollment Deferral Policy

Overview

Accepted applicants may defer admission and continuing students may defer enrollment at Neumont University. Please note however that the University hosts a rigorous project- and problem-based academic model which presents specific challenges to this opportunity. Our curriculum was designed for students who expect to attend full-time with intent to graduate in 12 consecutive quarters. Any variance to this plan may often result in delayed graduation. For more on this topic, please speak with the Office of Admissions or the Office of the Registrar.

Admission Deferral

Neumont University supports an accepted applicant’s decision to attend the University when it is most appropriate for that accepted applicant. Because of this, there are two options for applicants to participate in Admission Deferral.

  1. Accepted applicants may defer their offer of admission for up to four years. They must however re-submit a current application prior to the quarter they wish to matriculate. Although the application fee does NOT need to be paid again, new personal statements must be completed. It is also recommended that the applicant submit additional documentation that may represent their recent activity and reason for deferral (academic transcripts, proof of military or religious service, resume, etc.).
    Once the new application and any other supplemental documentation is received, your new file will be merged with the original admission file and reevaluated for admission during the next scheduled Admission Committee review. Applicants are notified of the University’s decision and new scholarship award, if eligible (to coincide with the current year’s admission deadlines).
  2. Accepted applicants who would like to defer their admission to the University and retain their awarded merit scholarship must enroll by the published deadlines and attend the University for a minimum of one full quarter (3 months) before deferring. Please see the Enrollment Deferral Policy for rules and eligibility.
Enrollment Deferral

Circumstances sometimes dictate that a student leave school. Often, a student’s departure from school is temporary. There are two options for continuing students to participate in Enrollment Deferral.

  1. Some Neumont University students temporarily leave school and notify the University of a specific return-date. This is called a Leave of Absence (LOA). Reasons for their departure are typically medical, service, personal, or administrative in nature. A Leave of Absence may last no more than three years. Students are advised that a Leave of Absence does NOT defer repayment of educational loans. A student may not enroll at another university while on a Neumont LOA. Awarded scholarships in good standing are placed on hold.
  2. Some Neumont University students temporarily leave school but do not have a specific return-date. This is called a Withdrawal. When a continuing student must withdraw due to elements out of their control, it is an Involuntary Withdrawal. Withdrawn students (deliberate or not) must re-apply prior to return using the short form found here. Once the Re-entry Form is submitted, the Office of the Registrar will contact the returning students to discuss terms and following steps. Students are advised that a Withdrawal does NOT defer repayment of educational loans.

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